We will meet you in the hotel and proceed to the Red Square - one of the most iconic Russian sights, filled with history and magnificent beauty. We will see traditional Russian churches with their onion domes and walk inside some of them to see how unique is the architecture of them, how people pray, for these churches are still in use! We will walk through a great glass gallery of a ~130 years old shopping mall GUM. See the famous tomb of the first Russian communist leader - Lenin. And of course - Saint Basil's cathedral. Hear the story about Ivan the Terrible and how he blinded the architects of the cathedral, because he didn't want them to repeat the stunning beauty of the masterpiece!Walk through a modern wonder of Zaryadie park, stop for a Russian lunch in the best cafe/restaurant of Moscow. Walk to the walls of Kremlin. Hear the stories about it's towers, see the change of guards and an eternal flame - a wonderful and scary memorial to the victims of WWII.And more:)
Moscow is at its most alluring around Christmas time when the city is awash in festive lights. It can be difficult to know where to find the best markets and the best stalls selling gingerbread, mulled wine, and more. This private tour takes the guesswork out of your trip and lets you enjoy seasonal treats, street performances, and light installations.
Travel through the time and epochs of the Russian regal splendor! The Residence of the President of Russia is a place where foreign delegations are greeted and official state ceremonies are being held. Its richly decorated halls have a long history – and we offer you a unique chance to explore it with our guide! Enter the world of the Russian splendor and power at this exclusive Great Kremlin Palace tour. Once used exclusively as the Moscow residence of the reigning Tsar, The Grand Palace is now considered the residence of the President of the Russian Federation and location for ceremonial events. Tours of The Grand Palace in Kremlin are exclusive. Entry into most areas of the palace, including the Terem Palace, and the cathedrals are off-limits to the casual tourist. Be able to catch a rare glimpse of the beautifully decorated and historical hallways, throne rooms, ballrooms, and cathedrals that are housed within The Grand Palace in Kremlin.• Guaranteed skip-the-line entrance
Designed to pleasure the palates of foodies, this private tour focuses on the culture and cuisine of Moscow. Intersperse visits to historic highlights, such as Kuznetsk Bridge, the Russian State Library, and the Moscow Mayor’s House, with samples of local delicacies. Try ‘borsch’ (cold beetroot soup), ‘baklava’ (sweet pastry), and chicken schnitzel, and explore soak up the Bohemian atmosphere of Kitay Gorod, famed for its food markets and art stores. Upgrade to the 4-hour tour and savor a delicious coffee and dessert at a hip, local coffee shop. All food samples are included.
A unique private experience of Moscow Metro.We are a team of art-historians, travellers, photographers and bloggers.We will show you the best metro stations of Moscow metro and will be able to change the itinerary according to your wishes.The tour will last for around 2 hours. At the end we can leave at your hotel or anywhere in the city center.See you in Moscow!:)
Enjoy a memorable Moscow cruise with your family and friends!A Moscow cruise is a great way to see the sights of the city, and this particular boat tour covers many of them in a short amount of time. It's a perfect introduction to the most visited attractions in the city. You'll see the the stunning Kremlin Panorama, Red Square, Zaryadye Park and striking Stalin Skyscrapers during this delightful cruise. This outing is perfect for families with children. Your journey lasts 2,5 hours, a perfectly digestible time-frame for any attention span. Together with your licences guide you will explore the city by learning about the history, culture and modern life of the city. Plus, you can enjoy a drink or dinner while relaxing and taking in the views!
Only a few tourists know how Moscow looks through the local eyes. Do you want to be among them? During the tour, we will escape the bustling center of Moscow to explore the ordinary life of people in the «rusty belt of Moscow». I will show you many pieces of the local life that will give you the complete picture of the Real Moscow at the end of the tour.What will we do?- We will visit the last wooden village in Moscow... only rare Muscovites know about it- We visit the industrial area in the backyard of the Moscow Skyline to see the mix of Old and Modern Moscow. - We will visit the sleeping district and some weird «masterpieces» of Soviet architectures- We will go to the local market to grab some food. Only 30 years ago, such markets were central places to buy products- We will take the train of the Moscow Circle Railroad to gaze at the «Moscow rusty belt» from the comfortable train and stop at the famous flea market
We bet Kremlin is the first thing people come up with when people raise the topic of Moscow sights. We can tell for sure - this is one of stereotypes we support. Indeed, you won't find a better place to explore the beauty and scale of Russian architecture, understand the role of religion in Russian people's lives and how much attention we pay to wars here. ⠀ Here is what we offer:• this tour will only take 3 hours (there will be a possibility to extend it on the go)• you'll see Alexander's garden and Kremlin from the inside (and all the cathedrals, for sure) • the admission fees are included in the price• all our guides are local so you'll be able to ask them anything about life in Russia• being local, our guides are licenced professionals ⠀ We'll take care of your time in Moscow - your comfort and bright impressions are our top priorities.
Experience the vibrant architecture of Moscow during a tour of the Izmailovo Flea Market and the Izmailovo Kremlin. Brimming with museums, galleries, and regal palaces, the area is a colorful cultural hub that provides ample photo opportunities. Browse stalls selling Russian crafts, culinary specialties, and antiques, and admire the architecture of the Izmailovo Kremlin and the Tsar’s Palaces.
In other cities, metro stations are simply a means to an end. In Moscow, however, stations serve as magnificent museums and are characterized by mosaics, extravagant architecture, and marble columns. See the best of the Moscow Metro on a private tour of either 10 or 15 stations (depending on tour length selected). Visit the capital’s oldest station, opened in 1935, see 76 bronze figures depicting Soviet heroes, and learn about Moscow’s turbulent history. Upgrade your tour to include a traditional Russian lunch and a visit to the Moscow Metro Museum.
If you are in Moscow but want to visit rural traditional Russia, that is the perfect tour of your choice. The famous Golden Ring towns of Sergiev Posad, Vladimir and Suzdal with surrounding villages can be visited on a day private drive from Moscow by car with an experienced driver. We will pick you up at your hotel early in the morning in order to start your drive to Sergiev Posad (1 hr) and then to Vladimir, Suzdal (2-3 hrs). The drive back is to start at around 6 p.m. and you are to be back in Moscow at 9-10 p.m., depending on the traffic. On the way back we will also ensure that you head back to your hotel just in time to have some late evening cocktails!
If you are in Moscow but want to visit rural traditional Russia, that is the perfect tour of your choice. The famous Golden Ring towns of Vladimir and Suzdal with surrounding villages can be visited on a day private tour from Moscow by train. It allows you to save a lot of time on car traffic and makes your trip absolutely smooth and perfect. We will pick you up at your hotel early in the morning to take you to the train station in Moscow. The speedy seater trains are comfortable enough, have wi-fi on board, food and drinks can be ordered. Our personnel will take care of you upon your arrival at the station where your fascinating tour will start. On the way back we will also ensure that you are met at the station in Moscow and head back to your hotel just in time to have some late evening cocktails!
Visit three opulent highlights of Moscow’s Kremlin — Assumption Cathedral, Armory Chamber and Diamond Fund Exhibition - on a 5-hour morning walking tour! After entering at the earliest admission time to avoid the lines that appear later in the day, immerse yourself in a world of diamonds, gilded décor and intrigue while learning all about the Russian tsars, empresses and presidents who have resided at the iconic Moscow monument.• 5-hour Kremlin tour including the Assumption Cathedral of Kremlin Grounds, Armory Chamber, Diamond Fund Exhibition• Learn about the Kremlin’s history and hear tales of the Russian tsars• Gaze in awe at the opulence of the Armory with its collection of impressive Imperial weapons• Visit the Diamond Fund Exhibition to see the Crown of the Russian Empire alongside other dazzling jewels• Walk around the colorful Assumption Cathedral and hear of the countless coronations that once took place inside• Guaranteed skip-the-line entrance
This is a classic tour of Kremlin, Red Square and Aleksandrovskiy garden. Takes 3 hours, better book morning starting time. You'll see ancient cathedrals, get to know about the history of Russia and orthodox Cristianity and visit the most iconic places of the city. To visit the Armory Chamber, you shall contact the manager not later than 7 days before the tour. The cost of 1 ticket is 22 euros.The number of tickets is limited.
It's still cold in Moscow but to enjoy it to the fullest I invite you to join me on a historical and gastronomic experience in the heart of Russia-the Red Square. We will not only see all the key landmarks but will also try traditional drinks and treat ourselves to delicious Russian cuisine. According to your budget I will help to choose the pace to eat out at. We’ll find out why we have unicorns in Moscow and where to find them, which church had a fish shop in it and who broke the heart of Ivan the Terrible. We’ll also unveil the mysteries of the 17th century clock St Bazil’s cathedral and the ultra-modern Zaryadie park. This walk is a must if it’s your first time in Moscow and will surprise you with new fun historical facts if it’s not. A combination of history and food, indoor and outdoor activities will keep you entertained and warm and will stay in your memory as an amazing experience.
In truth, the most attractive thing in height is an opportunity to rise above the everyday routine and interim and to examine movement of life from above. Therefore, tall structures symbolizing drive of a modern person for progress attract large number of tourists all over the world. Interest to tower tourism became global after foundation of the Global Federation of Great Towers, at the baseline of which was Ostankino Tower.Built in 1967 upon the project of Soviet engineer Nikitin, N.V., Ostankino Tower, reaching the height of 540 meters, it became an architectural and engineering milestone of its time.Ostankino Tower, being created for transmission of television and radio signals to new distances, remains of key importance up to present days. Now, it is a part of the Branch of Russian Television and Radio Broadcasting Network, the leading Russian telecommunication agency. At the same time, it is literally one of the most noticeable signs of Moscow city.
Space enthusiasts will love the chance to take an in-depth visit to Moscow's Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics. By touring with an English-speaking guide you'll learn much more than you would if wandering around alone, and you won't have to struggle to interpret written signs. Be amazed by highlights like the first Soviet rocket engine and the personal belongings of the first Soviet cosmonaut.
This private tour is designed to allow travellers to see all the most iconic sights of the city in just three hours: Red Square with the St. Basil's cathedral, Alexander's garden and Kremlin! Wehave a small team of guides, which allows us to make surу your experience is always positive and impressions are bright. The guide will pick you up in the hotel you're staying, give recommendations on what to do after the tour.
On this private tour you will see all the most famous places of Moscow in just 3 hours - Red Square and Saint Basil's cathedral, Zariadie park and Kremlin walls and towers, Aleksandrovskiy garden and the cathedral of Christ the Saviour. This is a walking tour, the guide will meet you in the lobby of your hotel. In case you or other travellers get tired during the tour, the guide will help with ordering taxi (cost is not included in the price of the tour). To visit the Armoury Chamber and St. Basil's Cathedral, you shall contact the manager not later than 7 days before the tour. The cost of 1 ticket to the Armoury is 22 euros, ticket to the St. Basil's Cathedral is 15 euros.The number of tickets is limited.
If you have a limited time in Moscow and want to see all of the top sights, join this comprehensive tour by bus or car. After a hassle-free pick up from your hotel, you'll head out to see such famed sites as Red Square, the Bolshoi Theater, and Sparrow Hills in the company of a guide who shares stories about local life and history.
Russia’s capital is one of the most attractive European capitals. Moscow has been capital for more than 800 years. It is beautiful architecture, history, green parks, museums, shopping streets, skyscrapers- all in one! What is the story behind the St Basil’s cathedral- building, which looks like the flame on the bonfire? How many legends did you hear about the legendary Russian revolutionary, Vladimir Lenin? Are there still acting fortresses in Europe? Shopping moll of 19th century? It sounds incredible, isn’t it? A local charismatic guide will reveal the secrets and interesting facts about Kremlin, Red Square, St. Basils Cathedral, Tverskaya Street and many other places of Moscow.
On this tour explore Kremlin - epitome of Russian power, this breath-taking complex includes 5 palaces, 4 cathedrals, Kremlin Wall and Towers. You'll see famous Red Square, numerous government buildings, gold-domed cathedrals, Mausoleum of Lenin, clock at the Savior (Spasskaya) Tower - showing the most correct Moscow time, History Museum, Kazansky Cathedral, Church of St. Basil the Blessed, which was founded in 1552, upon the decree of Tsar Ivan the Terrible, in honor of the capture of the Kazan Khanate, Tsar Bell - the largest bell that never rang. You'll visit Assumption Cathedral, Archangel’s Cathedral, Annunciation Cathedral and Red Square.• Enjoy access to some of the city's most historic sites, including the Kremlin Grounds• An excellent city centre overview• Includes the expertise of a local guide and a customizable itinerary based on your own personal interests• Experience personalized attention with just your party and a guide• Guaranteed skip-the-line entrance